Murtha Cullina LLP is a regional law firm with more than 100 attorneys in six offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York.
The Firm provides a full range of services to particular industries, including energy, water, health care, long term care, community banking, advanced manufacturing, construction, education, and retail/hospitality.
Our largest practice area is litigation, including bankruptcy, construction, employment, covenants not to compete, torts and products liability, and all types of commercial litigation. Murtha Cullina is the only major law firm based in Connecticut that represents policyholders in coverage disputes with insurance companies.
We have a significant general business practice that assists publicly held corporations, privately owned businesses and tax-exempt organizations in all aspects of the business cycle, including formation, governance, growth and contraction strategies, M&A transactions, public and private financings, private placements, securities, and tax and succession planning. Our real estate group represents developers, operators, investors, and consultants in all types of real estate transactions, covering acquisition and sale, management, permitting, financing, leasing and environmental issues. Our intellectual property group is an interdisciplinary practice, combining regulatory, transactional, and litigation attorneys to provide IP strategy and management counseling as well as patent prosecution, trademark, copyright, and trade secret services.
We are the leading Connecticut firm in regulatory work, particularly in the areas of environmental, energy, immigration, water, health care, long term care, and land use.
Areas of Practice:
• Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
• Community Banking
• Corporate and Securities
• Employee Benefits
• Family Business
• Health Care
• Information Security and Privacy
• Insurance Recovery
• Intellectual Property
• Labor and Employment
• Land Use
• Long Term Care
• Real Estate and Hospitality
• Renewable Energy
• Tax Practice and Procedure
• Tort and Product Liability
• Trusts and Estates
• Unfair Competition, Trade Secrets and Non-Competition Agreements
• Exempt Organizations and Charitable Law